Do I Qualify for SSA’s Compassionate Allowance Program?
What is the SSA Compassionate Allowance Program?
The Social Security Administration started a program called the Compassionate Allowance Program in 2008. It was started because the process of getting approved for Social Security Disability can be a tedious one. It can take several months or years to get approved for Social Security Administration.
The Compassionate Allowance Program allows people who have severe illnesses and disabilities to get benefits. In 2008, there were 50 conditions that qualified for the Compassionate Allowance Program. There are now over 200 conditions that qualify for Compassionate Allowance Program. This includes terminal cancer, muscular dystrophy, severe heart problems and I-cell disease.
You will need to fill out an application in order to get approved. You will also need to have medical records to support your claim.
Benefits of the SSA Compassionate Allowance Program
While it can take years to get approved for disability; you can start getting benefits from the Compassionate Allowance Program within a few weeks. It is also relatively simple to fill out the application. As long as you fill out the application properly and have the documentation to support your claim, you will likely be approved for it.
Furthermore, you may be able to get retroactive payments. You may be able to get payments that cover the time between you first discovered that you had a disability and the time that you had to wait to get approved. This means that if your application was delayed, then you may be able to get additional payments.
Hire Louisiana Disability Injury Attorneys
If you have been injured and are looking for social security disability benefits, then you will need the help of our Louisiana Social Security disability attorney. Our disability attorneys will review your claim. After that, they will determine whether negligence was the cause of your accident. You may be able to receive compensation if you have been injured by the negligence of another person.
Our Social Security Disability Attorney
Contact us right away by phone (337) 942-6529 if you have been denied Social Security Disability.
Regardless of the reason that you were denied, your chances of getting approved will be much better if you have a Louisiana Social Security disability attorney. Morrow, Gates& Morrow, LLC., located in Opelousas, LA will help you prepare the documents you need to file for Social Security. They can also help you file an appeal.
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